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GARDNER marriages (females) 1842-1866 Victoria Australia

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GARDNER marriages (females) 1842-1866 Victoria Australia.


Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the GARDNER lines.


GARDNER (females)

Grace
married: 1842 William CLARK.

Mary Ann
married: 1846 Thomas EASTER.

Jane
married: 1850 Christmas LONG.

Phoebe
married: 1853 Henry MORRISON.

Susannah
married: 1855 Henry MERCER.

Jane
married: 1855 Thomas Patmore CHALK.

Anne
married: 1857 Henry Alfred EVES.

Agnes Johnston
married: 1857 Thomas TIPPING.

Emma
married: 1857 George Sutton COLEMAN.

Sarah
married: 1857 William RAE.

Elizabeth
married: 1858 Richard LOCKWOOD.

Margaret
married: 1858 Adam WAUGH.

Elizabeth
married: 1858 Robert FORSTER.

Elizabeth
married: 1859 George Frederick CHILD.

Sarah Ann
married: 1859 Henry Reed DIXON.

Agnes Bell
married: 1860 David ROBERTSON.

Sarah
married: 1860 Thomas BINNS.

Helen
married: 1860 Frederick John FRASER.

Anna
married: 1860 Charles Algernon SMITH.

Emma
married: 1861 William SANDERS.

Margaret
married: 1861 John WHITE.

Maria Jane
married: 1862 William Henry SPARLING.

Lillian
married: 1863 Francis John MERRY.

Agnes Murray
marrieduncan CAMPBELL.

Emily
married: 1863 Henry HITCHINS.

Susan
married: 1865 Edward Gascoyne BELL.

Aurelia
married: 1865 John MASON.

Mary
married: 1866 John LOGAN.

Sarah Ann
married: 1866 Robert GARDINER.

Emma
married: 1866 Allan MCTAVISH.

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on 2013-02-03 14:24:52

TONKIN lives in Victoria, Australia.
Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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